Melbourne Specialist International School (MSIS) was launched in 2014 to give all children a right to education. Today, it is known as being a truly innovative school that will challenge you to re-think how special education is taught. MSIS has a unique three-pronged approach to education. It uses a model in which a wide-range of educational and therapy services operate collaboratively within the school. This is an integrated model of service delivery in which teachers, specialists and therapists collaborate to address the specific needs of each student, embedding therapy in all classroom activities; and an arts-based program that uses dance, drama, music and the visual arts to teach functional English, functional Mathematics and daily Living Skills. In achieving a desire to meet the needs of special needs students in Singapore, Melbourne Specialist International School (MSIS) is working with various Therapist , Educational and Clinical Psychologist to deliver an innovative arts-based program that uses dance, drama, music and visual art as a means of engaging students.
Melbourne Specialist International School will inspire those who want to re-model how special education can be taught in Singapore. The collaboration with the various Therapist , Teachers and Parents illustrates how the entire community can come together to support the needs of children with learning disabilities.
In achieving a desire to meet the needs of special needs students in Singapore, Melbourne Specialist International School (MSIS) uses the Victorian Curriculum Foundation to Year 10 framework as a guide to deliver an innovative arts-based program that uses dance, drama, music and visual art as a means of engaging students
Melbourne Specialist International School works with various Therapist, Educational and Clinical Psychologist to deliver an innovative arts-based
program that uses dance, drama, music and visual art as a means of engaging students.
Each and every student is well represented and has an individual learning plan to support his/her growth and development using a visual arts and performing arts inspired curriculum.
Melbourne Specialist International School uses an integrated approach to deliver its programme to its students. An important part of this approach is to bring arts-based therapy and teaching closer together.
What Our Parents Say
My son loves attending school at MSIS. He gets very grumpy on the school holidays when he cannot see his teachers and friends in classes.
We have seen our child become more verbal since attending MSIS. She is beginning to use single words when she wants something, which she never did before.
Our daughter is now 4 and a half, and has been at MSIS for a little over a year. From the beginning the plan was to try and use MSIS as Read More...
a bridge from home schooling to mainstream schooling. After 8 months we started attending 2 half days per week at an Inclusive Kindergarten and she’s now at MSIS two days and the Kindergarten three full days per week. Due to the nature of her disability, we are not sure how far she will be able to go, but we are happy with her progress over the past year.
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